Have you thought about what your potential could be in Para Table Tennis?

Table Tennis Wales and Disability Sport Wales are working together to identify and develop the next generation of Welsh Table Tennis stars. We are looking for people who have a physical impairment and are passionate about sport and would like to explore their potential in Table Tennis.

You don’t need to have any experience of playing Table Tennis – you may be playing a different sport and feel that Table Tennis could be an opportunity for you.

 

 

What does the campaign look like?

We currently have a talent identification event planned for 5th April 2024 

The day will be delivered by experienced pathway coaches who will give you the opportunity to try Table Tennis in a fun, supported environment.

But don’t worry if you can’t make that day, you should still apply, and we will be in touch with other opportunities to get involved with and provide support and guidance.

 

 

Why Table Tennis?

Listen to some of the Welsh Table Tennis players: https://youtu.be/dJIySuaipaI

Tom Mathews

“Table tennis is an inclusive sport which gives you the ability to play at any level, it’s like a game of chess - every point is different!”.

Josh Stacey

“From my experience, trying table tennis has given me something to work towards on a day to day basis and something to chase. Table Tennis has allowed me to see places all over the world I never would have been able to. It’s given me the opportunity to do something I love on a day-to-day basis and if anyone is ever interested in trying Table Tennis I’d definitely recommend them give it a go!”

Paul Karabardak

“I think you should try Table Tennis because it’s really fun and challenging. You also get the opportunity to compete and play in lots of different leagues and meet lots of great people. Every game/training session is always different which keeps it fresh and fun so it’s not monotonous and this makes it exciting and interesting”.


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